Letter to Wendy Davis #2

The Honorable Wendy Davis
P.O. Box 12068
Capitol Station
Austin, Texas 78711

 

August 17, 2013

Senator Davis:

 

Since you’re in the tank for the abortion industry I thought it might be good for you to know a little bit about the grisly practices that you endorse.  When a child survives a saline abortion it is horribly burned and in excruciating pain.  Instead of providing medical treatment to save the life of the innocent child, what are the standard protocols for the abortion facility?  Many place the child in a bassinet or surgical tray, and leave it unattended to die.  Sometimes it can take days for the child to die.  Another favorite of your friends in the abortion industry is to place the living child in a bucket, place a lid on the bucket, and suffocate the child.

 

Senator Davis, do you know what a Sopher clamp is?  A Sopher clamp is a 13” long surgical steel clamp with 2” long serrated cutting jaws at the end.   This is the tool of choice for an abortionist performing a late term abortion and is used to rip the unborn pain-capable child apart, piece by piece until all that is left of a child that was healthy and alive minutes earlier is a surgical tray full of human body parts.

 

Some abortionists prefer to employ the following method to kill babies.  After dilating the cervix, the living child is injected with Digoxin to stop its heart from beating.  This allows them to deliver a dead baby instead of a live one; nice and neat, very little blood, very little mess.

 

Like it or not, abortion mills are kind of like slaughter houses.  Most people don’t really know what goes on inside and most people don’t want to know.  If you support abortion you have to know how it’s done and what the consequences are, for both the mother and the child. Senator, if you’re so proud of your support for the abortion industry you should be equally as proud of the procedures they employ while plying their deadly trade.  When can I expect to see you describing these procedures to your supporters?

Senator Davis, you seem like an intelligent woman.  I refuse to believe that you’re not aware of the human misery and culture of death associated with the abortion industry.  I also refuse to believe that an intelligent woman, armed with the facts, can’t make an informed choice and change her position on the legal slaughter of America’s children.

 

Senator, many of the techniques used to kill children in America’s abortion mills originated in the concentration camps of Nazi Germany.  The Holocaust pales in comparison to the 56 million children killed in America’s abortion mills since 1973.  The world looked the other way during the Holocaust of World War 2 and many Americans are doing the same during the modern Holocaust being conducted by the abortion industry.

 

I refuse to look the other way and I’m committed to closing the doors of every abortion clinic in America.  Senator, as the great Lee Iacocca once said: “Lead, follow, or get the hell out of the way.”

 

Letter to Southwestern Women’s Options #1

Southwestern Women’s Options

522 Lomas Blvd. NE

Albuquerque, NM  87102

 

August 16, 2013

To Whom it May Concern:

 

 

I’m thinking that having the dubious distinction of being America’s most prolific late term abortion provider isn’t something that you proudly announce to the world.  I’m also trying to get my head around what kind of sick mind it must take to be able to inject a living baby with Digoxin to stop its beating heart so you can deliver a dead baby instead of a squirming little bundle of joy.

 

I not so naïve as to believe a Principal of your organization will ever see this letter, but to the person reading this; do you love what you do for a living?  Is your salary commensurate to the human misery your employer inflicts upon innocent, unborn children?  Do you talk shop with your co-workers away from the office?  Do you know the grisly details about what goes on in the building you work in?

 

The food on your table is paid for with the blood of innocent children.  Most of the late term babies killed at your facility could live outside the womb if they were just delivered instead of being eviscerated by an abortionist.  The doctors working at your facility took an oath that begins with the words ‘First, do no harm.’  How do you think that’s working out?

 

I’m not judging you and have no ill will towards you.  I would, however, request that you rethink who you work for and ask yourself if this is really what you want to do with your life.  Unlike the babies who come into your clinic alive and leave dead, you have a choice.  You get to choose how you live your life and, like me, you were allowed to be born.

 

Southwestern Women’s Options is a house of death, plain and simple.  While the women entering your facility have options, the unborn children that enter with them have none.  In what civilized society should an innocent, healthy child enter a medical facility alive and leave as a dead body after having a medical procedure performed upon it with the intention of killing it?

 

As I write this, my 6 day old pre-term grandson lies in an incubator in the NICU at my local hospital.  He was born 5 weeks early and had his challenges, but he’s going to make it.  He will feel the unconditional love that every child deserves and will be taught to respect and revere the Right to life of every human being.  I am proud of my grandson and love him dearly even though I haven’t been able to hold him yet.  As soon as he’s big enough he’ll get his first hug from Pop Pop.

 

Every child deserves a chance to feel the love of a grandparent.  Every child deserves to feel safe and loved by its family.  Every child deserves the same chance to live its life that you and I were given.

 

Thank you for taking the time to read my letter.

 

Letter to President Obama #37

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

 

Attn:    President Barack Obama

 

August 15, 2013

Mr. President:

 

I think everyone needs at least one hero in their life to look up to.  My new hero is my 5 day old grandson.  Mr. President, my grandson was born 5 weeks before his due date and despite numerous physical challenges, has not taken 1 step backwards as he strives to reach all the milestones he needs to reach before he can leave the hospital. Even though he only weighs 4 lb. 14 oz. this little boy has already shown me more determination and willpower than most adults I know.  He knows he is alive and he’s determined to make the most of it.

 

Sir, this precious little boy could have been aborted right up to the moment before he was born.  Instead of making steady progress that will eventually lead to him going home; he could have ended up as a little over 4 pounds of medical waste on its way to an incinerator.  Mr. President, if my little grandson is willing to work this hard for his Right to life, the least I can do is to work just as hard to insure the same Right for every other child in America.

 

What will it take to convince you and Planned Parenthood that every unborn child is a living human being, just as deserving of life as you and me?  How many more years will Planned Parenthood be allowed to kill over 300,000 children?  The doctors are saying my grandson will be going home in about 7 days.  Over the course of the next 7 days Planned Parenthood will kill another 7,000 unborn children.

 

Mr. President, the greatest nation on earth kills over 1.2 million unborn children in its abortion mills every year.  Is this the legacy we want to leave the world and the culture of death that we want our children and grandchildren to inherit?  America is better than this and was founded on the principles of freedom and the Right to life that are barely recognizable anymore.

 

The person you assign to reading letters from people like me will probably think I’m crazy, but something wonderful is about to happen.  I don’t know exactly what it is but I can feel that a change of momentum is about to occur in the pro-life movement that will reset America’s moral foundation. Ordinary people just like me have been silent for way too long and will no longer stand by and do nothing as our country’s children are killed for no justifiable reason.

 

Mr. President, you’re either with us or against us, and you’re currently on the wrong side.  Please accept my invitation to join the pro-life movement and to show every new life the respect and dignity it deserves.

 

 

 

 

cc: Planned Parenthood

Letter to Wendy Davis #1

The Honorable Wendy Davis
P.O. Box 12068
Capitol Station
Austin, Texas 78711

 

 

August 14, 2013

Senator Davis:

 

 

What does it feel like to fight against a ban on killing pain-capable children, all so you can get your 15 minutes of fame?  As an elected official you have an ethical obligation to advocate for the positions of your constituency.  As a human being you have a moral obligation to protect and preserve the lives of the most vulnerable among us, our unborn children.

 

You’ve signaled that you may run for Governor of Texas.  Please run.  Run on your pro-abortion credentials and see firsthand how to lose by a landslide.  Thank God for Texas.  You picked the wrong state to try and claw your way to the top over the bodies of dead babies.  Run and show America how a politician can find fame by promoting abortion while knowing very little about the abortion industry and while accepting the industry’s blood money to promote their culture of death.

 

Senator Davis, I look forward to watching you try to defend your position in favor of allowing pain-capable unborn children to be aborted.  I wish you could see my 4 day old grandson, who was born 5 weeks before his due date, as he lies in an incubator getting stronger and getting closer to going home every day.  I can assure you that my grandson is pain-capable, having watched his reaction to his 3 hour blood draws.

 

Senator Davis, the closure of all but 5 abortion clinics in Texas, due to legislation that you fought tooth and nail against, will save countless thousands of innocent lives.  Good luck trying to justify your stance against it.  Senator, when I look at you I try to understand how a mother could fight so hard to allow other mothers to have their children killed.  I wonder if you will encourage your own daughter to have your grandchildren killed.

 

Senator, you can put on your happy face and say you support abortion because of your “love of liberty, the freedom to choose what your future will hold” and the clueless lemmings that follow you don’t have any idea what you’re talking about.  I really can’t blame them though, because you don’t know what you’re talking about either.  Actually, the shear ignorance, narcissism, and naïveté of this statement are stunning.  Senator Davis, “the freedom to choose what your future will hold” does not mean that an unborn child can be summarily executed in order for its mother to choose what her future will hold.

 

Your pro-abortion stance has made you the left’s latest rock star.  It will ultimately be your undoing.  Apparently you never got the memo that the left eats its own once they outlive their usefulness.

 

Senator, hug your daughter tonight and thank God that you allowed her to be born; then think, for just a moment, about the 1.2 million children the abortion industry that you support will kill in America this year.

 

Letter to Planned Parenthood #9

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

1110 Vermont Ave. NW

Suite 300

Washington, D.C.  20005

 

Attn:    Cecile Richards

 

August 13, 2013

Ms. Richards:

 

 

At 12:45 AM last Saturday morning my latest grandson was born; 5 weeks premature, struggling for every breath, but alive. Ironically, just moments before his birth, my daughter could have requested that he be aborted under the laws of my state.  All she would have had to do was to say that she was under emotional distress and couldn’t cope with her new child, and America’s abortion industry would have taken care of the rest.

 

My little grandson is a fighter.  He may be small at only 4 lbs. 14 oz. but he is willing to fight for his right to life.  He’s still fighting for every breath and getting stronger every day.  He will win his fight and the sky is the limit for what he will accomplish in his life.  While he is doing the hard work of growing strong and growing bigger, countless thousands of equally worthy children will be killed in their mother’s wombs for all kinds of baseless justifications and all for a fee, payable to Planned Parenthood or some other abortion mill.

 

Watching an innocent child, moments after birth, struggling to breathe and fighting for life is a humbling experience.  The effort he is putting forth, even as I write this, makes the everyday things that I worry about pretty inconsequential.  The hard work my grandson is doing right now strengthens my resolve to never give up on my quest to close the doors of America’s abortion mills and to insure that every unborn and newly born child gets a chance to fulfill its life’s potential.

 

My new grandson will be coming home soon to meet his big brother who will guide him through the joy of every new day as only a 2 year old can.  Ms. Richards, this is what life is all about; living our lives while helping others live theirs.  Fortunately, the Universal Intelligence that granted my grandson life will erase the memory of the trials he is going through now, so his first memories will be of the loving family he has been born into.

 

My 3 day old grandson is living proof that life is worth fighting for.  He is living, breathing proof that pre-term babies are living human beings just like you and me.  He is living, breathing proof that he was alive for nearly 8 months before his birth.  And he is living, breathing proof that every new life must be allowed to run its natural course wherever that journey may take it.

 

Ms. Richards, every unborn child that died in a Planned Parenthood clinic today deserved the same chance to live its life that my little fighter is fighting for right now.

 

In honor of my children and grandchildren, you have my solemn promise that I will not rest until the doors of every abortion mill in America are closed for the last time.

Letter to Planned Parenthood #8

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

1110 Vermont Ave. NW

Suite 300

Washington, D.C.  20005

 

Attn:    Cecile Richards

 

August 7, 2013

Ms. Richards:

 

 

If you’ve bothered to read any of my letters you already know that I have dedicated the rest of my life to ending abortion.  You would also know that I am doing this in honor of my 2 year old grandson and his little brother who is going to be born any day now.  I love my grandchildren more than life itself and want every parent to become a grandparent so they can experience the joy that comes simply from being in the presence of their grandchildren.

 

My intention isn’t to bore you but I want to recount an experience I had while babysitting my grandson last night.  By the way, I was babysitting so my daughter and son-in-law could visit my daughter’s best friend who had just given birth to a baby boy.  I guess you guys missed another one.  After his bath, my grandson was supposed to be brushing his teeth but was preoccupied and not doing a very good job.  I asked him to pay attention to what he was doing and, after being ignored several times; I took his toothbrush and told him that he had not done a very good job brushing his teeth this time.  He immediately burst into tears and I could see that he was upset because he thought his Pop Pop was disappointed in him.  A couple minutes later we were playing and reading books but I will never forget the look on his face when he thought he had let me down.

 

Tomorrow night is my weekly ‘grandson night’ and a certain little boy will be receiving extra attention and hugs from his Pop Pop just to make sure he knows how much I love him.  Ms. Richards, these are the experiences we all remember when we choose life and guide our children and grandchildren through their individual journeys.  If my grandson reads this someday I want him to know that he could never let me down and that my love for him comes without conditions and without an end.

 

Ms. Richards, the young lives that ended in Planned Parenthood’s clinics today will never get the chance to feel a grandparent’s embrace and unconditional love.  The only life experience they had was a short time in their mother’s womb, followed by a brutally violent death, followed by an equally brutal disposal as nothing more than medical waste.

 

I saw a billboard today a couple miles from one of your clinics.  It said the following: If every child aborted since 1973 was honored with a moment of silence we would be silent for nearly 100 years.

 

Tomorrow is a new day and with it comes the promise of another chance to change minds and change the world.  I’ll keep chipping away until I break through and convince you of the error of your ways.  Check your mail, read your mail, change your life.

 

 

Letter to Planned Parenthood #7

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

1110 Vermont Ave. NW

Suite 300

Washington, D.C.  20005

 

Attn:    Cecile Richards

 

August 6, 2013

Ms. Richards:

 

 

Last Saturday we took our grandson to a local carnival where he rode the children’s’ rides, experienced new sights and sounds, and declared his intention that when he turns 3 years old he is going to ride the Ferris Wheel with his Pop Pop.  We spent Saturday and Sunday together and I missed him the moment he left to go home with his Mom and Dad.  Ms. Richards, I love my grandson with all my heart and can’t imagine life without him.

 

While my grandson spent the weekend being loved and spoiled by his grandparents Planned Parenthood and the rest of America’s abortion mills killed about 6,600 innocent children.  These children will never experience a grandparent’s loving embrace or take their first Ferris Wheel ride.  They all died in a cold and brutal manner, their tiny lifeless bodies discarded like trash, their priceless lives cut short by an industry that brings shame to our great Nation.

 

Ms. Richards, I ask myself every day what I can do to end the killing of America’s children, and every day the killing continues.  All I can do is persevere with faith that good will triumph over evil in the end.  I honestly believe that the world is embroiled in a battle between good and evil and that your organization and your industry represent the epitome of evil.

 

I’m trying to understand the mindset of people like you.  Tell me what sense of accomplishment you get from killing hundreds of thousands of children every year.  What is rewarding about your work?  Do you measure your success by profits or the number of babies you kill?  Do you see every pregnant mother as a potential client?  Are your affiliates rewarded for high body counts?

 

Ms. Richards, my grandchildren and yours deserve to grow up in a country where unborn children are treasured and protected, not killed for a fee.  I want the culture of death to end with our generation.  I want every child to experience the love of a grandparent.

 

Here’s how we can make this happen.  Have Planned Parenthood stop performing abortions immediately.  If you really are concerned about women’s health, start providing women’s health services.  I’m not asking you close.  I’m just asking you to stop killing babies.

 

Think about it.  You already have the infrastructure.  Start using it to do some good and stop the killing.